E08 Carbon Sequestration in the Built Environment with Chris Magwood

In this session of This Is CDR we welcome Chris Magwood, Director of the Endeavour Centre, for a practitioner overview of the carbon sequestration opportunities in our built environment.

Moderated by Toby Bryce (@wtbryce) and Megha Raghavan

ABOUT OUR PRESENTER Chris Magwood is founder of The Endeavour Centre and teaches in the Sustainable Building & Design program, Natural Building Intensive and many workshops where he enjoys sharing what he’s learned over his 25-year building career and inspiring others to take this stuff seriously and do it well. Chris has authored seven books on sustainable building, including: Essential Sustainable Home Design (2017), Essential Hempcrete Construction (2016) and Making Better Buildings (2014) and contributed a chapter to the book The New Carbon Architecture. He is co-editor of the Sustainable Building Essentials series from New Society Publishers. He is currently at work on a new book, Building Beyond Zero: New Ideas for Carbon Smart Architecture (Island Press). Chris recently completed his MA at Trent University, studying carbon storage potential of the built environment. His thesis, Opportunities for Carbon Capture and Storage in Building Materials was published in April, 2019. Chris is an active speaker and workshop instructor in Canada and internationally.

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